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INDEX

595

Dinothervum, 231 ; D. giganteum, skull of,

231

DipJiylla, 532

Diphyodonty, definition of, 51
DipZobwne, 333
Diplomesodon, 519
Dipodidae, 484

Dipodomys, 484 ; 2>. merriami, 484
Diprotodon, 146 ; 2>. australis, 147
Diprotodontia, 128 f.
Dipits, 485;   2).   aegyptius,  485;   pes   of,

486 ; 2>. hirtipes, 484
Distaechurus* 141
Distribution, geographical, 78 ; in the past

83

Dogs, 413 ; Baccoon-like, 415
Dolichotis, 493 j  2>. patachonica,, 492
Dolphin, 372

Dorcath&rium  see Hyomoschus
Dorcqpsis,   135 ;  Z>.   luctuosa,   135,   136 ;

2). macleani, 136 ;  2>. muelleri, 136
Dorcotraffus, 313 ; 2>. megalotis, 313
Dormouse, 470
Doroucouli, 560
DrennotheTiutn^ 301
Droincttherium, 98
Dromicia, 141 ; Z>  nana, 141
Dromiciops, 156
Dryolestes, 99
Dryopithecus^ 585
Duck-billed Platypus ;   see Platypus  a.nd

OrnithorhyncTvus
Dugong, 336 ;  skeleton of, 336
Duplicidentata, 502 f.
Dymecodon, 518

JSchidna, 110 ; egg of, 72 ; -E1. aculeata,
111 ; skull of, 108 ; shoulder girdle of,
1O9 ; brain of, 11O ; -S1. hystrisc (  15.
acuZeata), 16 ; shoulder girdle of, 37

Echidnidae, 110

JSchinomys, 488

J&chinops, 512

JBcMothrix, 473

Edentata, 161 f.

Eland, 316

JSlaphodus, 294 ; J. cephalophus, 294 ; J.
michiftmtS) 294

JEZasmognathus, 251

JSZasmot/ieriuin, 259

Elephant, 217 ; observations of Pliny and
Aristotle ttpon, 225

Eleplmntidae, 217

Elephas^ 218 ; JSL africanus* 221,222 ; skull
of, 218 ; -ET, antiquus, 229 ; JE. falconeri,
229 ; ?. indicus, 221, 223, 224; foot
of, 198 j JEw rn^litensis, 229 ;

.    dionalis,  229 ; jff. jplanifrons, 229 ;
jprimigrenius, 226 ;

Migmodontia, 480

JSliomys, 471
t 480

Elk, 297

miobius, 479

Elother'iu'Hi uintense, 279

EmbaHonivra,,, 53O

Emballonuridae, 530

Mnhydridon., 440

Enhydrls, 439

Enhydrocyon, 423

ISohippTts, 248

Konycteris, 526 ;  JK, spelaea, 526

Epanorthidae, 145

JEpanorthvts, 148

Epicondylar foramina, 39

JQpipubes of Monotremes and Marsupials,

116

Episternum, 33, 34, 35
JSpomophorus, 525
Equidae, 237
JSquuSf 239 ; ^T. african/us, 243 ; ^. a$i,Jn/U3*

243 ;  .&. boehmi, 245 ; ^. burcTielli, 244,

245 ;  .B. cabalZtts, 239 ; 2?. grevy-i, 244 ;

2?. hemionus,   242 ;  JS?.  hemippus,  242 ;

JSL   onager,  242 ;   JSJ-   przewalsteii,  241 ;

JS.   quagga,   244 ;   JS^.   sivcdensis,   246 ;

J?.   somalicus,   244 ;   2^.  stenonis,   246 5

2^. taeniopus, 243 ; J57. ^e6ra, 244
Erethizon, 498
Ergot, of Horse, 240
ISriculus, 512 ;  22. seto&us, 512
Erinaceidae, 509

JSrinaceus, 510 ; J?. europaeus, 510
Ermine, 436
JSscJiatia, 290
JBsthonyx, 507
JSulalaena, 358
JSuchoreutes, 485

JEfatpetaurus, 467 ; 2. cinereus, 467
EupJvyseter, 367
Eupleres, 403 ;  22. ffoudotii, 403
Euprotogonia, 204 ; 22. pitercensis, 204
EurJvinodelphis, 383
Eu&mtti&Si 402
Eutatus> 179

Eutheria, 116 ; earliest forms of, 102
t 479

Fallow Deer, 293
Felidae, 390
J^Wis, 391 ; 2^. baileyi, 397 ; J?*. cqffra,
400 ; 2^. canadensiSf 397 ; JP*. ccttus,
399 ; 2^. concoZor, 399 ; jP. <syra, 399 ;
2^. Zeo, 393 ; JF'. Zyw^ 397 ; JP. inanicu-
lata, 400 ; 2^. nebulosa, 396 ; 2^. o^co,
398 ; JT. pardalis, 898, 399 ; JP. pardintt,
397 ; F.pa.rdtts, 895 ; 2^. rt^/iz, 397 ; F*.
tigris, 394 ; JP. undo, 396 j 2^. viverrina,
397
Feresia, 377
Fiber, 477 ; J?l osoyoosensis, 478 ; 2^.
vibetMcus, 478
Flying Fox, 524 ; skeleton of, 523
Flying Squirrel, 460